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1948 CIRCLE 




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ABBOT ACADEMY 

ANDOVER . MASSACHUSETTS 




DEDICATION. . . 



Because of her loving and never- 
f ailing interest in us. and because 
of her real sincerely, we, the Class of 
19Jf,8, affectionately dedicate our 
yearbook to Miss Dorothy Baker. 



ANDOVL'R -TRACK 11 




MADAME ABBOT RETURNS 



When 1 arrived back at Abbot 
in 1943 after many decades, I was 
as bewildered as the rest of the 
Preps because Abbot had changed 
so! Calling hour! Dancing! Lip- 
stick! Those gym suits! But the 
spirit is the same and the traditions 
have grown to something deep and 
rich. 



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MARGUERITE CAPEX HEARSEY 



When Miss Hearsey returned last June, 
we all looked forward to September and 
this school year. To Seniors, it meant 
Sunday-night suppers at Sunset and in- 
spiring poetry classes. To the underclass- 
men, the renewal of an acquaintance with 
inexhaustible energy and a bright per- 
sonality. The new girls found a friend 
with special interest in each of them. To 
us all. her return meant another vear with 

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a leader who has made us cherish Abbot. 
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ALICE CURTISS SWEENEY 

She seemed formidable to us as new- 
girls, but we soon discovered her genuine 
interest in each of us and her willingness 
to help us. Understanding us so well, she 
helped us to become aware of our limita- 
tions and our potentialities. Vse will ever 
be grateful for her thoughtful advice 
about our school life as Director of 
Studies. Her interpretations of plays and 
essays and her penetrating comments as 
our teacher, and her kind and subtle 
humor will always be with us. 




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OFFICERS 



1ST SEMESTER 

President Emmons 

Vice-President Eccles 
Secretary Massie 

Treasurer Paradise 



2ND SEMESTER 

Eccles 
Massie 
Emmons 
Webster 





PREPS 
Back Row: ./. A. Smith, Evan*, Dougherty, Slysz, J. Barnard, Gleason, Sage, Gibson, Em inert 
Second Row: M. Diynan, Emmons, Paradise, Eccles, A. Webster, D. Massie 
First Row: Morrison, Doner, Andrews, Stanley, Fuller 
Absent: Jaspert, Grieco 

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Juniors 



OFFICERS 

1ST SEMESTER 2ND SEMESTER 

President Merriueflier A. Russell 

Vice-President Holt Bowman 

Secretary Kitchell Warner 

Treasurer M. Kimberly Lester 

Absent: Kitchell 




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HOMESTEAD JUNIORS 

Back Row: Squire, Wood, Higgins, S. Smith, A. 

Russell, Lattiu, M. Xesbit, N. Johnson, Wright, 

Hassett 
Second Row: A'. Skultz, Hartirell, V. Purriance, 

Sturgis, Teasdale, Gray 
Front Row: Anson, Goodspeed, Holt, Lester, Corey, 

M. West 
Absent: Moser, A. Stevens 



JUNIORS— SHERMAN 

Back Row: Dodge, Waddington, Caldwell, Linda- 
mood, Merriwether, Aid/rich, Bradley, Duusford, 
Carter 

Second Row: Moss, Wheeler, M. Kimberly, Warner, 
Bowman, J. Russell, H. Sinclaire 

Front Row: Morgan, G. Davis, Lam pert, Flather, 
Kirk 

Absent: Kitchell 



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Junior-Mids 



Back Row: Somers, Maddux, Redfield, S. Stevens 
Front Row: Griffin, Gamble, Yoffa, C. Kimberly, 
Mi shell 




OFFICERS 

1ST SEMESTER 2ND SEMESTER 

President C. Kimberly Maddux 

Vice-President S. Stevens Redfield 

Secretary Somers Somers 

Treasurer Vaile S. Stevens 

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Back Row: Barnes, M. Davis, A. Stevens, Williams 
Front Row: Brown, Greenwald, Black, Hall, Parks, 
Dartt 



Back Row: Wyckoff, J. Webster, Pendelton 
Third Row: Rogal, Quigg, Xeirhall 
Second Row: Olney, Titcomb, Dow, Allen 
Front Row: Espaillat, Asirvatham 





Senior-Mids 



OFFICERS 

1ST SEMESTER 

President Jeffers 

Vice-President Wooherton 

Secretary Bozycm 

Treasurer ./. West, Absent 



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Senior-Mids 



OFFICERS 

2ND SEMESTER 

President Bleecker 

Vice-President Jeffers 

Secretary Broun 

Treasurer Oven 




Back Row: S. Xesbitt, Jeffers, F. Johnson, Baches, 

1 1 err era 
Front Row: Merrick, U'oolrerton, Gibbs, Oven, 

Bleecker, Mansfield 
Absent: Bogardus 



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Back Row: Appell, Bronauyh 
Second Row: S. Purviance, Behre, Hamby 
Front Row: E. Massie, Bozyan, Gonzalez 
Absent: Banks, J. West 





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PAULINE H. ANDERSON Librarian 

A.B. Keuka College; B.S. in L.S. New York State College for Teachers, Albany 
"Von WILL push in your chair. WON'T you."; Cherubs.'; olives; Baronial 
aroma 

GERMATNE AROSA French 

Prix d'excellence de diction et de eomedie, Paris; Middlebury College of French 
"My niece Christina. . . "; class contortions; monologues; "Go to zee end of zee 
phrase!" 

KATHLEEN AYRE, R.N. Resident Nurse 

Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Postgraduate of 

Toronto Hospital for Consumptives 

light and air of the Infirmary; skiers' paradise 

M. DOROTHY BAKER English 

St. Mary's College, Cheltenham, England; Member of the Royal Society of 

Teachers 

egg cup; delicious; "What a pity.'"; D.B.; frank counselor 

MARIE MADELEINE BARATTE French 

B. es L. Universite de Rennes, France; A.B. Dunfermline High School, Scot- 
land; M.A. Edinburgh University, Scotland 
sueet and sincere; raw eggs; soap opera devotee 

HILDA RUBY BAYNES French 

B. es L. L T niversite de Paris; Diplome de L'ficole de Preparation des Professeura 
de Franeais, Sorbonne; Certiflcat de Phonetique de L'Universite de Paris 
early-morning orange juice; "Aren't you chilly?"; that ALARM clock.'.'.'; baffling 
briefcase 

JEAN HOPE BAYNES Financial Secretary 

Worcestershire sauce; speed-eater; "E.B. says..."; "But your ticket is to 
NEW YORK, not RIO!" 

MARY DOOLEY BRAGG (MRS. LAWRENCE D. JR.) Speed writing. Typing 
A.B. Wellesley College 
town and country look; handsome husband; asdf 

BERNTCE DeR. BRAINERD (MRS. FRANK B. Secretary 

" To multiply smartness, add plaid;" " Jackie,-a-Helen,-a,-0-Mary.'"; dimples 

WILLIAM ABBOTT CHEEVER Art 

Boston Museum School of Fine Arts; Paige Traveling Scholarship 
tweeds and pipe; man of distinction; "HE's a sweetie!" 






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LOUISE LORING COFFIN Biology, General Science, Physics 

A.B. Radcliffe College; Graduate Study at the University of North Carolina, 
Harvard University 

" Perti-neer"; "We-d"; Luscious Lulu; "Cute little feller" ; trips to the Trapps; 
" You keep a-Iookiu, you'll git it!" 

HOPE COOLIDGE House Supervisor, Dietitian 

A.B. Salem College; M.S. Teachers College, Columbia University 
Primpy; maid trouble; Dorothy Dix of the Kitchen; tennis flash 

RAYMOND H. COON Pianoforte 

New England Conservatory of Music; Studied with Heinrich Gehhard, Boston 
Haven't seen you in a Coon's age.'.' 

MARY ELAINE DODGE Household Science 

A.B. Mount Allison University; B.H.S. McGill University 
dog team; Kreml kid; happy chappy; flawless complexion 

DOROTHY ANNIE DUFF, R.N. Resident Nurse 

St. Mary's Hospital for Children, New York City; Post Graduate of Man- 
hattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital 
"Dearie"; " Thank y veddy much.'"; Bib and Tucker; penchant for pills 

Retired January 31, 1948 

GWENDOLYN ELROY Physical Education 

Bouve-Boston School of Physical Education; B.S. Ed. Tufts College 
graceful; Hawaiian gal; cheery and bright 

KATE FRISKIN Pianoforte, Theory of Music 

Studied at Glasgow Athenaeum and with Sophie Weisse, D. F. Tovey and 
Tobias Matthay. Recitals in London, Liverpool, Glasgow, Boston, and New 
York 
The show must go on.'; Goliuog's Cakewalk; vesper reservations 

MARY GAY History of Art 

Graduate of Boston Museum of Fine Arts; Studied in Paris with Lasar, Simon, 
Cottet, Mernard, and Blanche 
wind on Beacon Street; permanent library occupant; ran amuck of a truck 

CAROLYN GOODWIN Mathematics 

A.B., M.A. Smith College 
passion for hiking and skiing; hunting boots; corridor parties 

EDITH AGNES GRASSI History, Latin 

A.B. Tufts College; M.A. Wellesley College 
" Lon — Cisland"; Griffin rooter; helpful; pompadour and pumps 












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BERTHA MORGAN GRAY (MRS.) Dramatic Interpretation, Spoken English 

Artistic Diploma, Curry School of Expression 
Deceased, February, 1948 

EMILY HALE Special Speech and Drama 

Leland Powers School, Boston; Cornish School, Seattle; Speech Institution, 
London; University Wisconsin, Summer School 
"Lines, Lines, Lines.'.'" 

ISABEL MAXWELL HANCOCK Mathematics 

A.B. Hollins College; Graduate Study at the LJniversity of Virginia, Boston 
University, and Harvard University 
Wait, a flashlight?; Auntie Isabel; bulletin board correspondent; inspection remarks 

MILDRED ALATHEA HATCH Latin, Secretarial Assistant 

A.B. Boston L'niversity; Graduate Study at Boston University 
silent partner; "Good by - y - y - y" ; ground grippers 

WALTER HOWE Choral Music, Organ, Pianoforte, Theory of Music 

B.M. Virginia Institute of Music; A.A.G.O. American Guild of Organists 
profane language; "Cant you get it right, just once?"; "Gum poppers, 'fess up!" 

BARBARA HUMES Administrative Assistant 

Sarah Lawrence College; Katharine Gibbs School 
" PotAto is my motto" ; Miss Loreable; " Two inches on the shoulder'!" 

GERDA RUTH KAATZ Spanish 

A.B. University of Kansas City; M.A. State University of Illinois; Ph.D. State 
University of Iowa 
strange music; "Namely. . . "; night crawlers; incognito 

KATHERIXE MACDOXALD Physical Education 

Bouve-Boston School of Physical Education; B.S. Ed. Tufts College 
rabbits; "On the double"; sweet and innocent; " Where hare you been?" 

HARRIET E. McKEE Greek, Latin 

A.B. Vassar College; M.A. Columbia University 

piggy-back ride; "You're gaining power, I think?"; rosy complexion; Mount 
Etna hotfoot 

IDANELLE SAM McMURRY English 

A.B., M.A. Vanderbilt University 
Gilda; Camels prefer Doctors three to one! little blue menace; mink coat; intrigue 







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DOROTHY J. RATTE (MRS. EDWARD J.) 

Blondie; adding-machine addict; bookstore 



Secretary 
. idministrative Assistant 



RUTH CRUPPER REEVES MRS. 
A.B. Hollins College 
Reeres' Open House; dunning clothes; cokes; our guiding light; "I'll ask Miss 
Hearse;/"; timetable Mabel 

LOUISE ROBINSON Assistant Financial Secretary 

" Kindly come to the office"; 1:15 splash; slow and deliberate 

ANNA ELIZABETH ROTH History 

Barnard College; Ph.B. Syracuse University; M.A., Ph.D. Radcliffe College 
"Now YOTJ tell us"; handsome nephew; "Von look awfully pale"; shot from 
guns.'.'.' 

MARJORIE FAUNCE STEVENS (MRS. MERVIN E.) Mathematics 

A.B. Boston University 
little (?) black bag; typewriter bound; " Two doors down from Mount Vernon" 

CATHERINE JANE SULLIVAN Remedial Beading 

A.B. Wheaton College; Ed.M. Boston University; Graduate Study at Harvard 
University 
matrimonial bureau; "See you after midyears"; speed demon 

GERTRUDE TINGLEY Voice 

Studied with Mme. Povla Frijsh, Percy Rector Stephens, Isidore Luckstone. 
Solo appearance with the Boston Symphony Orchestra 
" l.ambie" ; fabulous teas; Gourmet; the neic look 

ELEANOR MORIN TUCKER Chemistry, Mathematics 

A.B., M.A. Smith College 
"Private Life of Henry Hydrogen " ; her sensible fell classics; speedy eater 

DIETING MRS. GILBERT W. Bible 

B.R.E. Boston University School of Religions Education; M.A. Boston Uni- 
versity 

sweater girl; "It's W-i-e-t-i-n-g-, as in meeting"; "We hare so little time"; home 
quizzes 

DOROTHEA WILKINSON English 

University of King's College; Woodford School for Teachers, Southsea, England 
"Put some expression into it"; microcosm; tailored look, piercing glance 









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In my fourth year at Abbot I 
found myself to be a senior. I felt 
important with all the privileges 
that seemed so new to me, but I 
soon discovered seniors merited 
them through hard work and by 
accepting new responsibilities. 
Nevertheless, I think that noth- 
ing can top the life of a senior at 
Abbot. 



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In Which We Say Good-bye 



This year of 1948 was 

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marked by many world 

• • 

shaking events. . .we re- 

turned to Abbot as full 
fledged Seniors; ours was 
the task to set a good ex- 
ample for the rest of the 
school; it was our bright 
chitchat which was to liven 
up dreary breakfast tallies; 




v 'safl 




these were our new respon- 
sibilities, but there were 
also new privileges . . . we be- 
came the custodians of the 
Senior Parlor and the sole 
owners of the Parlor's Bos- 
ton Herald: we carried the 
scarlet banner to the white 
sands of Ipswich Beach; 
Boston was invaded by 
hordes of high-heeled Sen- 
iors taking advantage of 
their new-found freedom. 

Our talent was displayed 
in 'I Have Five Daugh- 
ters" . . . December six- 
teenth we received Abbots 
Christinas present, the em- 
blem of Seniorhood. our 
rings. . .the next day we 
departed for Christinas Va- 
cation. Intervale was a 
welcome relief for our 
exam-weary brains, and 
even to the non-skiing mem- 
bers of our class. Intervale 
was indeed a "little bit of 
heaven.'' College Boards 
found us fondly dreaming 
of non-C. B. requiring uni- 
versities. The middle of 
April brought the substitu- 
tion of Emily Post for 
drearv textbooks, our last 
Abbot Prom was nearly 
upon us. . .everything at 
the prom was as it should 
have been as we danced 




under the scarlet banner. 
Then came graduation 
weekend with its Senior 
Banquet. Garden Party. 
Baccalaureate, mothers, fa- 
thers, uncles and aunts. As 
we made our last official 
trip to the South Church, 
our emotions were mixed, 
we felt pride in the accom- 
plishments of the past years 
and a sense of greater re- 
sponsibility for the future 
but overshadowing all was 
a deep sadness, for we were 
saying good-bye. 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Back Row: Zuckerman, Treasurer; Robinson, Sec- 
retary 
Front Row: Kenah, President 
Absent: Lackey, Vice-President 



CLASS SONG 

The Class of Forty -Eight is marching by. 
Our Scarlet Banner proudly waves on high; 

It stands for purpose clear and courage true, 

For spirit, loyalty and friendship ever new. 
And when the Class of Forty-Eight has gone, 
The things she stood for will still linger on; 

So all the best in us we'll dedicate 

To the Class of Forty -Eight! 



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BEVERLEY CAROL AD KINS 

Porter Road, Andover, Massachusetts 

-1948 "Ber" 

ADS. '46. '47. "48; A.D.S. Secretary-Treasurer '47-'48; Day Scholar 
Proctor '46; Day Scholar Stunt Committee '47: Fidelio "47-'48; Senior 
Play; Sub- Varsity Baseball '47. 

Princeton weekend; Broadway Bound; "Can 1 borrow your. . . .?"; 

dark eyes. 




MARTHA GORDON BALL 
4660 Westwood Parkway, Flint, Michigan 

1946-1948 " Marty - ' 

AC. A. President "47-"48: Chapel Proctor '47: Corridor Proctor '47; 
Christmas Party Committee '46-'47: Treasurer Senior-Mid Class '46- 
'47: Fidelio "47-"48; Old Girl-New Girl Part\ '47: Executive Council 
t7-'48; Head of Tennis '48: Numerals '48. 

George: Michigan Reservation; "No kid"; "So to speak . . . " 



LAURA MARTHA BARBER 

ii\i) Nichol Avenue, Anderson, Indiana 



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"Marty" 



A. A. A. President "47-"48: Chapel Proctor '47; Corridor Proctor '47: 
Fidelio '47-'48: Head of Basketball '46: Old Girl-New Girl Party '47: 
Numerals '47; Posture Marker '46-'47; Executive Council '47-'48; 
Varsity Basketball '46. '47. 

"Is your roommate dumb?"; big game hunter; unending ham; " ayre 
drummer"; Anderson Packer. 



PATRICIA PERDUE BARNARD 
12 High Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

1943-1948 "Pat" 

"A" Society "47-'4S: Chevrons '46-'47: Draper Dramatics '47: 
Fidelio '45, '46, '47. '48: Hiking Leader "47-"48: Numerals '4.5: Senior 
Play: Sub-Varsity Hockey "46-'47; Assistant Business Manager 
Yearbook '47-'48: Study Hall Proctor '48: Chevrons '48. 

Puddles of Poodles; Princeton; "Ti'hat-uhat, who's this?"; Forerer 
Amber. 



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ANNE DEWSNAP BERGH 

Diamond Point on Lake George, New York 

IU7-1948 

One Year Senior. 

"' Oh, what am I going to do?" ; high giggle; flashlight trouble*; " I see yon 
aren't quite ready." 




KATHARINE HEWETSON BIGELOW 
52 Salem Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
19M-W8 

Chapel Proctor '47-'48; Numerals '47. 
" Hoir tall is he?" ; blond mane; the Colonel's daughter. 



"Kitty" 



BRIGID BISGOOD 
826 West Water Stieet, Elmira, New York 



"Bis" 



19U-W8 

A.D.S. '47-'48; Corridor Proctor '46-'47; Draper Dramatics '46, '47, 
'48; News Leader '47-'48; Fidelio '47-'48; Honor Roll '46-'47; Nu- 
merals '47; Senior Play; Forum '46, '47, '48. 

Numerous relatives; yellow skirt; Technicolor girl; type-casting; soft and 
mellow. 



DOROTHY LEE BOOTH 

Box 4631 San Juan, Puerto Rico 



1945-191,8 



"Lee" 



Corridor Proctor '46; Courant Staff '46, '47, '48; Costumes for Draper 
Dramatics '47, '48; Costumes Senior Play; Head of Hiking '47-'48; 
Honor Roll '45, '46, '47, '48; Numerals '47; Senior Play Committee; 
Forum '46, '47, '48; "A" Society '48; Draper Dramatics '48; 
Cum Laude. 

(hapeaux; "What do you me-anY"; young 'un; Dentist Dates; ring 
collection. 




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FRANCES MARIE BRIMBACK 

4404 Miner Roacj, Toledo, Ohio 

1945-1 "Ducky" 

Corridor Proctor '4.5-'40; Pidelio '40 '47, '48. 

Archery Champ; pretty eyes; " Right away!"; the last of the Mohican*. 




NANCY MARIE CARROLL 
29 Oxford Road, White Plains, New York 

1946-1948 "Nan" 

Eidelio '47-"48: Hiking Leader '47-'48; Sub-Varsity Track '47: Eorum 
'47-'48: Sub-Varsity Tennis '47; Posture Marker '47-'48; Draper 
Dramatics '48. 

"Do you mind if I tell you something?"; luscious tnuskrat; magazines; 
sfeam baths. 



XADIXE TODD COOKMAN 

580 Blossom Street, Fitchburg, Massachusetts 

1944-1948 "Toddy" 

A.D.S. '47. '48; Draper Dramatics '47: Hiking Leader "47-'48; Nu- 
merals '4.5; Senior Play: Ski Club '46; Honorable Mention '47; A" 
Society '48. 

"But I'm not in lore with Bob.'"; bridge fiend; blackboard climber: 
"Where's Macartney?" :" So you can't go to calling hour.'"; "I learned 
tunc in Quebec." 



ALICIA ALLGOOD COOPER 

4-20 East 9th Street, Rome, Georgia 



"Lish" 



19 \6-19 \8 

Head of Bazaar Committee '40-"47; Corridor Proctor "40-"47; Davis 
Hall Proctor '46-'47; President Senior-Mid Class '40-'47; Honor Roll 
'40, '47. '48: Prom Committee "40-'47: President Student Government 
'47-'4S; Executive Council '47-*48; Cum Lavde. 

Changing eyebrows: "Two cheesebergers, please"; forgetful'! 1 ; "Hush 
y'all. ; ' 



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BARBARA BRADFORD DAKE 

Hidden Field, Andover, Massachusetts 

19U-1948 "Sukie" 

"A" Society '47, '48; Day Scholar Proctor '45, '47; President Junior 
Class '45; Draper Dramatics '47; Day Scholar Stunt Committee '45; 
Chairman '48; Fidelio '46, '47, '48; Honor Roll '44, '45, '46, '47; Nu- 
merals '46; Dav Scholar Vice-President and Treasurer '47-'48; Editor- 
in-Chief of The Page; Study Hall Proctor '48. 

Sumptuous Thanksgiving; little bundles for Britain; repetitious anec- 
dotes; KM Tuit. "Dakie." 



SUE WILDS DAVIS 

107 North Eddy Street, South Bend, Indiana 

m6-19.',8 ' "Suzy" 

Bazaar Committee '47; Gargoyle Cheer Leader '46, '47, '48; Head of 
Gargoyle Cheer Leaders '47-'48; Corridor Proctor '46; Secretary 
Senior-Mid Class '46-'47; Fidelio '47-'48; Rec Room Committee '46, 
'47, '48; Sub- Varsity Basketball '47; Study Hall Proctor '48; Numerals 
'48; Prom Committee '48. 

That man Willie; Harvard vs. Yale; sweetie; southern drawl. 



GRACE MABEL DELONG 

R.D. No. 1, Mohnton, Pennsylvania 

19W-W>,8 

"A" Society, '47-48; Corridor Proctor '45, '46, '47; Choir '47, '48; 
Fidelio '46, '47, '48; Head of Minor Sports '47-'48; Prom Committee 
'47; Varsity Hockey '47; Head of Food Committee Senior Picnic; 
Draper Dramatics '48. 

"My brothers ...";" You're kidding.'"; Reading stockings; Swedish 
masseuse. 



ELLEN FRANCES DIGNAN 

142 Main Street, Wakefield, Massachusetts 
19b6-l»',S 
Dry nit: knee socks; Caesar; magnifying glass. 



"Binkv" 



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BETH ANN DIGNAN 
144 Main Street. Wakefield, Massachusetts 
191,6-1 

Bazaar Committee '47; Yearbook Saff '47-'48. 
Subtle remarks: The hair-dos; "One of the bunch." 



"Beth" 




NANCY DOUGLASS 
Drum Hill Road. Wilton, Connecticut 



V 



' Dougie" 



Bazaar Committee '47: Chapel Proctor '47. '4S: Study Hall Proctor 
'46-47: Fidelio '47, '48; Numerals '47. 

Passion of Columbia; "Where's Katie?"; white sweater; 
pure: " She's such a sweetie." 



ESTELLE DuBOIS 

44.5 Walnut Street, Englewood, New Jersey 

-19& "Estel" 

A.C.A. '46-'47: Davis Hall Proctor '47: Study Hall Proctor '47: 
Christmas Party Committee '46: Honor Roll '47: Senior Play: Sec- 
retary Student Government '47-48: Executive Council '47-48: Year- 
book Staff '47-48. 

Wormwood; wet puppy dog; " The Body"; Quonset Bride. 










NANCY ELLIOT 

497 Main Street, Sanford, Maine 

-1946 "Elliot" 

"A" Society '47. '4>: Chapel Proctor '47: Secretary Prep Class '44: 
Draper Dramatics '46: Fidelio '46. '47. '4v Hiking Leader '47-"48; 
Senior Play: Business Manager Yearbook "47-"48: Day Scholar Proc- 
tor "47-'4S: Stunt Committee '47. 

"Oh bother"; subtle humor; the Great Lorer; "Drat it!" 



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CAROLYN JUNE ENGLAND 

1 Ledgewood Road, Winchester, Massachusetts 



1945-1948 



'Carrie" 



Bazaar Committee '46-'47; Griffin Cheerleader '46, '47, '48; Fidelio 
'47-'48; Numerals '47; Posture Marker '47-'48; Griffin Song Leader 
'47-'48; Sub-Varsity Basketball '45-'46, '47-'48; Varsity Basketball 
'46-'47; Varsity Baseball '47; Forum '46-'47; Ski Club '45-'46. 

The Closet; 9:30 bobby pin collection; "everyone but Carrie . . . "/ rogue's 
gallery; "What's the story?" 



JUDITH ALDEN ERDMANN 

Rosebrook Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 



191 t 5-194S 



"Judy" 



"A" Society '47-'48; Vice-President A.A.A. '47-'48; Bazaar Commit- 
tee '47; Corridor Proctor '47; Christmas Partv Committee '47; Old 
Girl-New Girl Picnic '47; Fidelio '46, '47, '48; Numerals '46; Rec 
Room Committee '46-'47; Sub- Varsity Tennis '45; Sub-Varsity 
Baseball '46-'47; Varsity Tennis '46-'47; World Student Service Com- 
mittee '45-'46. 

"Miss Sneeze-out"; "my baby blond cheerleader"; pet peere: Julie: 
that "exotic scent." 




MARY ELIZABETH FARRAR 

4 Myersville Road, Green Village, New Jersey 



1946-19^8 



"Mare" 



Senior Picnic Entertainment Committee '47; Hiking Leader '47-'48; 
Sub-Varsity Baseball '47; Yearbook Staff '47-'48; Forum '46, '47, 
'48; Varsity Tennis '47-'48. 

"Hare you done your History?"; "Now, my brother and sister. . . "; 
High beta or bust! conferences; "Stop — you're scalping me!" 



ANNE FAIRFIELD FRANK 

70 Rockledge Road, Bronxville, New York 



1946-191,8 



" Frankie" 



A.C.A. Secretary '47-'48; Chapel Proctor '47-'48; Study Hall Proctor 
'47-'48; Christmas Party Committee '47-'48; Fidelio '47-'48; Hiking 
Leader '47-'48; Honor Roll '46-'47; Old Girl-New Girl Party '47-'48; 
A.C.A. Corridor Representative '46-'47; Honorable Mention '48. 

Fur Coat; "What is a synonym for syllogism?"; sound sleeper; clam 
hand; "but my hair. . . "; little feet. 




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MARTHA GRIMSHAW 

2904 Union Avenue, Altoona, Pennsylvania 

1946-1948 ■■ "Marcy" 

A. ('.A. Representative '46-'47; Study Hall Proctor '47-'48; Draper 
Dramatics "46-'47; Senior Picnic Entertainment Committee; Christ- 
mas Play '46; "Peter and the Wolf" Dance for Bazaar '47. 



Men; petite; 7:20 riser; ''It was just one of those things' 
spectacles. 



'lorn-rimm 



ed 




PATRICIA HAMMOND 

Reading, Vermont 



1945-1948 



"Pat" 



Gargoyle Cheerleader '47-'48; Corridor Proctor '45, '47; Chapel 
Proctor '47; Fidelio '47-'48; Sub-Varsity Track '46; Forum '47-'48. 

"You're never been in love like I have"; toothpaste queen; nightly exer- 
cises; "Oh, boy!" 



HELEN LOUISE HELLIER 

Marion, Massachusetts 



1946-1948 



it T » » 

Lou 



Courant Staff '47-'48; Corridor Representative '47-'48; Study Hall 
Proctor '48; Prom Committee '48. 

Bottle at bedtime; " Time for a little Pooh "; " Piglet"; red shoes. 



/ 



JOSEPHINE WING HILDRETH 

Blaine House, Augusta, Maine 



'Dodie" 



1945-1948 

Fidelio '46, '47, '48; President Fidelio '47-'48; Posture Marker '46- 
'47; Sub-Varsity Hockey '47-'48; Numerals '48; Forum '46, '47, '48; 
Study Hall Proctor '48.' 

Removable eyes; pecuniary; waving paw; Washington (?); "And we 
have running water." 



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SARAH JAY HUGHES 
"Linden Hill," Ponus Ridge, New Canaan, Connecticut 

1945-1948 "Sally" 

Study Hall Proctor '47-'48; Corridor Proctor '46-'47; Choir '46, "47, 
'48: Secretary Junior Class '4.5: Vice-President Senior-Mid Class "4(i: 
Fidelio '46, '47, '48; Honor Roll '45, '46, '47, "48; Numerals '47: Sub- 
Varsity Hockey '47: Vice-President Student Government "47-'4S; 
Executive Council '47-'48; Cum Lxude. 

"That's terrific'"; "Oh, honestly!"; "Oh, Pat.'"; country-club foot. 



JANE BIRNETTE JACKSON 

182 Serpentine Road, Tenafly, New Jersey 

19U-19W "-fan" 

"A" Society '46, '47, '48; A.A.A. Secretary '47-'48; Corridor Proctor 
'44-'45, '46-'47; Chapel Proctor '47-'48; A.C.A. '44-'45; Study Hall 
Proctor '47-'48: Chevrons '47; Christmas Party Committee '44-'4.5; 
President Prep Class '44-'45; President Junior Class '45-'46; Fidelio 
'46, '47, '48; Numerals '45; Posture Marker '46-'47; Rec Room Com- 
mittee '44-'45: Sub-Varsity Basketball "44, '45, '46; Student Govern- 
ment '44, '45, '46: Captain Griffin Basketball '47-'48; Forum '45, '46, 
'47; Chevrons '48. 

JIM rs GEORGE: "take your time. Forwards" ; those dimples: "Oh, 
dear!" 




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CAROLYN LOUISE JENKINS 

266 North Main Street, Concord, New Hampshire 

1946-1948 "Jenko" 

Study Hall Proctor '47-'48; Corridor Proctor '46-'47: Choir '46. '47, 
'48; Christmas Play '47; Fidelio '47, '48; Honor Roll '46, '47, '48; 
A.D.S. Play '48; Draper Dramatics '48; Honorable Mention '48; 
Cum Laude. 

"Roommate. 1 "; "rolenfiquist;" our character (actor); friendliness plus. 



ROSEMARY ELAINE JONES 

Kensington, Connecticut 

1946-1948 "Mo" 

Chapel Proctor '47-'48; Courant Staff '46-'47; Editor Courani '47-'48: 
Hiking Leader '47-'48: Honor Roll '47: Honorable Mention '47-'48; 
Forum '46, '47, '48; World Student Service Committee '47-'48. 

That laugh; nephews; mysterious poet; literari/ aspirations; curb) hair 




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DOROTHY JACQUELINE KAY 

208 Elk Avenue, New Rochelle, New York 

"Jackie" 

AAA. Council '47-'4S: ADS. "47: "48: Chapel Proctor '45: Choir 
"47. '4S; Draper Dramatics '47; Old Girl-New Girl Picnic '47: Fidelio 
"47. '48: Numerals '46: Senior Play: Class Song Leader '47, '48: Sub- 
Varsity Hockey '47: Yearbook Staff '47-'4S. Gargoyle Captain '47- 
'48; "A" Society "4S. 

"WhttMfi "I may make mistakes, but I'm never wrong!" Consumer's 
Research; mad chemist: suburban shop girl. 



JANE McELVEEN KENAH 

1475 Third Avenue. New Brighton, Pennsylvania 

"Janie" 

Corridor Proctor '45, '46: Vice-President Senior-Mid Class "46-'47: 
President Senior Class '47-*48; Fidelio '46. '47, '4S; Honor Roll '47; 
Senior Play: Student Government "47-'48; Numerals "48; Prom Com- 
mittee '48: Executive Council "47-"48. 

** Take me out to the ball game": Baby Jane; coffee fiend; "Hoxcdy bub.'" 
" Xoir Bean.' . " 




RUTH HARDING KINNEY 
18 William Street. Andover. Massachusetts 

'- 

Choir '46. '47. '48; Draper Dramatics '47: Fidelio '46, '47, '48: Sub- 
Varsity Archery '47. 

Thai blue Buick: summers in Nod Hampshire: enriable tan; argyles for 
f : canary. 




TINA NANCY KOINES 
149 Atlantic Avenue. Swampscott. Massachusetts 

.1918 

Corridor Proctor '46: Chapel Proctor '45-46: Senior Picnic Enter- 
tainment Committee; Hiking Leader '47-"48; Numerals '46: Posture 
Marker '44-45: Senior Play: Sub-Varsity Basketball '47: "A" 
Society '48. 

Those eyes.'; supply dump; "Hare you done your Frenchf" ; "I can't do 
a thing with it.'" 



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MARY KATHARINE LACKEY 

1368 Park Lane, Pelham Manor, New York 

1945-19W "M.K." 

"A" Society '47-'48; A.A.A. "47-"48; A.C.A. '45-'46; Bazaar Com- 
mittee '46-'47; Corridor Proctor '46, '47; Study Hall Proctor "47-'48; 
Choir '47-'48; Christmas Party Committee '46; President Senior-Mid 
Class '46-'47; Vice-President Senior Class '47-'48; New Girl-Old Girl 
Picnic '48; Fidelio '46, '47, '48; Numerals '46; Sub- Varsity Baseball 
'47; Student Government '46, '47, '48; Varsity Tennis '45, '46, '47; 
Varsity Archery '46; Captain Griffins '47-'48; Doll Committee '46; 
Chevrons '47-'48; Prom Committee Chairman '48. 

Beautiful eyes; Athletics; men troubles; renowned pianist; Friday night 
dress; "Coin on kids, now YELL!" 




SARAH BABCOCK LUNT 

3 Payne Street, Ipswich, Massachusetts 

19U-1948 ''Sally" 

"A" Society '46, '47, '48; Pfesident "A" Society '47-'48; Corridor 
Proctor '46, '47; Draper Dramatics '47; Recreation Committee Senior 
Picnic; Fidelio '47-'48; Numerals '45; Sub- Varsity Basketball '45, '46; 
Varsity Basketball '47; Varsity Track '45, '46, '47; Forum '47, '48; 
Head of Track '48. 

"Where are my toothbrushes?"; horse happy; "Comment allez-vous?" ; 
agonized answers. 



SALLEY ANN MACARTNEY 
8 Stevens Street, Methuen, Massachusetts 

19U-1H8 "Mac" 

A.D.S. '46, '47, '48; President A.D.S. '47-'48; Corridor Proctor '45; 
Chapel Proctor '45-'46; Day Scholar Proctor '47; Vice-President Prep 
Class '44; Draper Dramatics '47, '48; Fidelio '46, '47, '48; Honor Roll 
'46; Honorable Mention '45, '46; Numerals '46; Senior Play; Varsity 
Track '47; Properties, Draper Dramatics '48. 

"Are YOU engaged?"; promptness (?) conscientious worker. 



JOSEPHINE MacMANUS 
1111 Clay Avenue, Pelham Manor, New York 



1947-19^8 



"Jo- 



Griffin Cheerleader '47-'48; Fidelio '47-'48; School Song Leader '47- 
'48; Art Editor The Page; One- Year Senior. 

Contagious laughter; "Vartiste de la Classe" ; mad Chemist; immense 
eyes; MEN TROUBLES. 




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MARY MARTOX 
P.O. Box 1015, Warren, Ohio 

1945-1948 "Marti" 

Chapel Pnxtor "4<i-'47; Study Hall Proctor '47-'48; Fidelio '46, '47, 
'48; Numerals '46; Posture Marker "46-'47: Suh- Varsity Baseball '47: 
Sub-Varsity Hockey '45-'4(5: Varsity Hockey '46, '47: Varsity Volley- 
hall '46: Varsity Baseball '46; Editor-in-Chief Yearbook "47-'4S; 
"A" Society '48. 

"Thai's grand!" handsome brother; curly hair; Hockey champ; Year- 
book troubles (and how! \ . 




ELIZABETH SHERWOOD McCONNEL 
Patterson Heights, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania 

1946-1948 "Betty" 

Corridor Proctor '47; Rec Room Committee '47-'48; Sub-Varsity 
Baseball '47. 

Those eyes!; sound effects; Choate weekends; twin brothers. 




MARY GRACE MUESSEL 

1709 E. Colfax, South Bend, Indiana 



1945-1948 



" M 



ii esse 



Corridor Proctor '45, '47; Choir '47-'48; Fidelio '46, '47, '48; Fidelio 
Accompanist '46, '47, '48; Honor Roll '45, '46; Honorable Mention 
'46, '47, '48; Numerals '48. 

"Oh, it's from HIM.'"; Prom Weekends: Mr. Howe's prodigy; street and 
lovely. 







NANCY BALFE NALLE 

1211 Willow Lane, Birmingham, Michigan 

1946-1948 "Nan" 

Hiking Leader '47-'48; Numerals '48. 

" ("mon, ire gotta clean up this mess"; "Has the bell rung? "; bubble gum 

fiend; daydreamer; Educator cookies. 



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ELIZABETH SYKES OGDEN 

2260 Fifth Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio 

1945-1948 "Nemo" 

A.A.A. '47-'48; Head of Tennis '47-'48; Numerals '47: Varsity Tennis 
'45, '46, '47; Yearbook Staff '47-'48; "A" Society '48; Corridor Proc- 
tor, '48. 

" I just wrote the most HYSTERICAL letter to Fee.'"; sweetie; "Soo- 
the Cleveland Indians. . . " fugitive from a chain gang. 



ELEANOR MAE PARKER 

6 Torr Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

1946-1948 

A.C.A. '47-'48; Day Scholar Proctor '46-'47; Senior Picnic Entertain- 
ment Committee; Dav Scholar Stunt Committee "47-'48; Honor Roll 
'47; Honorable Mention '47, '48; The Page Staff '47-'48: Study Hall 
Proctor '48; Numerals '48; Cum Laudc. 

" The things we did last summer!"; " Where's Sukie? " 



MARY ANNTS RICH 

24 St. Austin's Place, West New Brighton, Staten Island 10, 

New York 

1945-1948 

"A" Society '47-'48; Bazaar Committee '47; Corridor Proctor '47; 
Corridor Rater '46; Junior Class President '45-'46; Fidelio '47; Head 
of Hockey '47; Honor Roll '47; Numerals '46; Sub-Varsity Hockey 
'46; Varsity Tennis '46, '47; Chairman World Student Service Com- 
mittee '47-'48; Varsity Hockey '47. 

"Ohl Stop it.'"; that family; gorgeous tan; Hockey and Tennis fiend; Big 
Operation; Princeton interest. 



HANNAH RICHMOND 

Jaffrey, New Hampshire 

1947-1948 "Nancy" 

Eorum '47-'48; Sub- Varsity Tennis '47; One- Year Senior. 

" Thafs so good looking.'"; square dancing; Daytona Beach; blond brother; 
Am - - herst. 





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ANN ROBINSON 
Red Gate," Great Neck Road, Waterford, Connecticut 



19U- 



" Robbie" 



• A " Society '47-'4S: Chapel Proctor '47-'48: Corridor Proctor '45-'46, 
'47-'4S: Study Hall Proctor '47-'48: Treasurer Prep Class '44-'45; 
Secretary Senior Clas> '47-'4S: Fiedlio '46. '47, '48; Hiking Leader 
'47-48: Honor Roll '46-47 : NumeraLs '46: Chevrons '47: Sub-Varsity 
Tennis '47: Head of World Student Service Committee '48. 

Vale interest!; "25c please.'": "but Modem — oiselle." 



TATIANA ELISABETH RUSSELL 
Newfane, Vermont 



" Tani 



19U-1 

"A"" Society '4S: Bazaar Committee '46: Secretary Junior Class '4.5: 
Treasurer Senior-Mid Class '46; Fidelio'46, '47, "4S; Numerals '46: Sen- 
ior Play; Sab-Varsity Hockey '46: Varsity Hockey '47: Head of Day 
Scholars "47-'4S; A. (A. Christmas Partv Play '46; Executive Council 
'47-48: Prom Committee '48. 



" Sukie, 
" Tut." 



I're decided that. 



"Beau leg*"; Kenttwky resolutions; 




ANN ELIZABETH SAROLEA 

St. John's Place, New Canaan, Connecticut 

"Annie-o" 

"\" Society '47-'4S: AAA. '47: Chapel Proctor '46-'47: Corridor 
Proctor '46; Vice-President Junior Class '45-'46: (entrant Staff '47-'48: 
Senior Play Committee "47-"48: Head of Tennis "46-'47: Numerals "46: 
Posture Marker '46-47 : Senior Play; Sub- Varsity Hockey '46, '47. 

Goldilocks; Biological Correspondent; Big Chief " Bean Juice." 



JULIE ANN PERRV SCHAUFFLER 
1384 Park Lane, Pelham Manor, New Vork 

::■> "Julie" 

A. A. A. Treasurer '47-48: Griffin Cheerleader "46-'47: Head of 
Griffin Cheerleaders '47-'48: Christmas Party Committee '46-'47: 
Draper Dramatics "47-"48: Old Girl-New Girl Party '47: Numerals 
'47: Varsitv Baseball '47: Varsity Basketball '47. 



"Dint": "IVhen I was in Kansas City, 
look. 



"; ear for music; that demure 



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MACKAY SELDEX 

20 Hillside Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut 

1945-1948 "Kay" 

Chapel Proctor '47; Fidelio '47-'48; Numerals '47. 

" Your guess is as good as mine"; "Oh, honestly.'"; the other half; the 
tailored type. 



BARBARA RUTH SHULZE 

1 Carisbrooke Street, Andover, Massachusetts 

1945-1948 

Fidelio '46, '47, '48: Honor Roll '45-'46; Sub-Varsity Baseball '47; 
Study Hall Proctor '48. 

Puff, puff, puff, that cigarette.'; reckless driver;'' Open the door, Richard.'"; 
dramatic reader. 




REXATE CAMILLA SIDES 

89 Bartlet Street, Andover, Massachusetts 
1943-1948 "Nauni" 

Fidelio '46, '47, '48; Honor Roll '45-'46; Numerals '44. 
Loic-necked blouses; sling-backed shoes; the Hare and the " Tortoise." 



MARY CARROLL SIXCLAIRE 
201 Pine Street, Corning, New York 



1943-1948 



" Tootie" 



"A" Society '46, '47, '48; Corridor Proctor '47; Chevrons '47; Xu- 
merals '44; Sub- Varsity Hockey '46, '47. 

Famous family; "I'm going to get up early.'"; Kanya; nightshirt. 




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CHARLOTTE ANN STONE 
'24^201 Cedar Road, South Euclid 21, Ohio 



1944-1948 



'Faucet" 



Numerals '47: Sub-Varsity Baseball '46. '47: Varsity Hockey '47: 
Forum '47-'48: Study Hall Proctor '48. 

"I represent Argentina"; strange music; Junior Birdmen; "bone soir"; 

saloon; "But I don't understand." 




BARBARA ALICE SUGAR 
•2.j.)(> Sherwood Road, Bexley, Ohio 



1947-1948 



■^ugar 



Forum "47-'48: Business Manager, The Page; Draper Dramatics '48; 
OneA ear Senior. 

"But fellas, we gotta clean the room sometime.'"; Arabrab; B. t(- M. Bail- 
road interest; "Laugh? I'd thought I'd die!" 



HELEN DuBOIS tasche 

1518 N. 6th Street, Sheboygan, Wisconsin 

1947-1948 "Hel" 

Senior Play: Honor Roll '47, '48; One-Year Senior; A.D.S. '48: Study 
Hall Proctor '48: Stage Manager, Draper Dramatics '48. 

"Oh, darn it!" " I feel like so much Hat beer"; summer sausage and 
cheese; simple German peasant; shi-iustructress. 



FELICIA ALTAGRACIA TAVARES 

( alle Rosa Duart 2, Trujillo City, Dominican Republic, West Indies 

1945-1948 "Chica" 

A.C.A. Corridor Representative '46; Corridor Proctor '47; Chapel 
Proctor "47-'48; Christmas Party Committee '46; Secretary Senior- 
Mid Class '46-'47; Courant Staff '47-'48; Honor Roll '46,' '47, '48; 
Posture Marker '47; Draper Dramatics '48; Numerals '48; Cum 
I.aude. 

Mimic; Little Boo; vociferous; stuffed menagerie; "Happy Birfday!" 



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HELEN TAYLOR 
10 Lenox Place, Middletown, New York 

1944-1948 

Corridor Proctor '45, '46: Chapel Proctor '47- '48; Senior Picnic En- 
tertainment Committee; Fidelio '40, '47, '48; Numerals '47; Posture 
Marker '44-'45, '46-'47: Senior Play Properties. 

7:20 riser; "That's rip-roaring"; dec/) laugh; willowy figure; Willie. 



DEBORAH JANE VOSS 

108 Ralph Avenue, White Plains, New York 



1946-1948 



"Debbie" 

A.C.A. Treasurer "47-'48; Bazaar Committee "4(i-"47; Corridor Proc- 
tor '4(i-'47; Chapel Proctor '47-'48; Christmas Party Committee '47- 
'48; Fidelio '47, '48; Fidelio Librarian '47-'48; Hiking Leader '47-'48; 
Honor Roll '46, '47, '48; Senior Play; Art Editor, Yeaubook '47-'48; 
Draper Dramatics '48; Cum Laude. 

That New Look; "Go into the corner and think"; rabbit twitch; our 
Bolshevist; " You know what I mean." 



ELEANOR OLIVIA WALLIS 

6465 Ridge Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 

1945-1948 "Muffy" 

Bazaar Committee '47; Captain Gargoyle Hockey Team '47; Corridor 
Proctor '45-'46; Secretary Junior Class "45-'46; Honor Roll '45-'46 
Numerals '46: Sub- Varsity Hockey '45; Varsity Hockey '46, '47 
World Student Service Committee '47-'48; Yearbook Staff '47-'48 
"A" Society '48; Head of Baseball '48; Draper Dramatics '48. 

"Tough toenail.'"; skating costume; "Cute little bug"; ballet slippers; 
strict diets and little jiills. 




GENEVIEVE YOUNG 

562 West End Avenue, New York, New York 
1945-1948 "Bean" 

A.C.A. Vice-President '47-'48; Christmas Party Committee '47-'48; 

Treasurer Senior-Mid Class "46-'47; Courant '47-'48; Honorable 
Mention '47-'48; Student Government '47-'48; Honor Roll '48; Cum 

Laude. 

The bounce; " The thing is. . . "; "Aooohl" vocabulary; absent-mi nd(ed). 




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MARY BLAIR ZTJCKERMAN 

St. Peter's Rectory, Monroe, Connecticut 

1945-1948 "Bunny" 

A. A. A. Council '48; Gargoyle Cheerleader '47, '48; Corridor Proc- 
tor '46, '47; Corridor Rater '48; Treasurer Senior Class '47-'48; 
('intrant '47, '48; Fidelio '47, '48; Head of Basketball '47-'48; Honor 
Roll '46, '47, '48: Numerals '46; Senior Play; Varsity Tennis '46, '47; 
World Student Service Committee '47; "A" Society '48; Draper 
Dramatics '48; Cum Lande. 

Peaceful domestic relations; "Laugh it off"; portrait of a (Inch. 



Cum Laude 1948 




Deborah Jane Voss, Alicia Cooper, Genevieve Young, Carolyn Louise Jenkins, Sarah Jay Hughes 
Felicia Altagracia Tavares, Eleanor Mae Parker, Dorothy Lee Booth, Mary Blair Zuckerman 



Honor A 1947 



Jean Ritchey 
Joan Karelitz 



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Senior Class Poll 





Smartest 

Best Dressed 

Most Poised 

Best Artist . 

Best Actress 

Most Beautiful 

Most Sophisticated 

Most Ambitious . 

Best Figure 

Best Wit . 

Most Personality 

Cutest .... 

Most Fun . 

Best Athlete 

First to Be Married 

Best Dancer 

Biggest Flirt 

Most Likely to Succeed 

Best All Round . 

Friendliest . 



Lee Boo tli 

Sue Davis 

Marty Ball 

Jo MacManus 

Beverly Adkins 

Gene Young 

Ann Sarolea 

Debbie Voss 

Estelle DuBois 

Jackie Kay 

Lish Cooper 

Helen Tasche 

. MuffyWallis 

Sallv Lunt 



E. B. Ogden 



Judv Erdmann 



Julie Seha urfler 



Sally Hughes 



M. K. Lackey 



Janie Kenah 



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Intervale 

Monday night arrived 
and amid a mad frenzy of 
packing we Seniors forgot 
about exams and our fears 
concerning them and turned 
our minds towards Inter- 
vale and all the wonderful 
times we'd have there: lis- 
tening to Pooh, toboggan- 
ing, skiing, and being gen- 
erally un-Abbotish. We 
scaled Mount Cranmore (in 
the Skimobile) and, despite 
an icy slope, weren't too 
uncomfortable from bruises 
and twisted knees. We won- 
der, though, if the handsome 
members of the Ski Patrol 
got tired of picking us up 
from the sides of the moun- 
tain and whether the schuss- 
boomers broke any bones 
over our numerous bath- 
tubs. We returned to our 
haven at Russell's each 
night and although our ap- 
petites were ferocious, there 
was always more food than 
we could eat and afterwards 
a bridge game and a warm 

fire. 

The time to leave came 
much too soon, but as all 
good things must come to 
an end, we paid our fare- 
wells and caught our train 
amid thoughts tinged with 
laughter and longing. 




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-AllVlilL" 




ABBOT ALUMNAE NEWS 



Vol" I Number 13 



May 31st, 1960 



SPORTS 

Another Babe Deitrickson is foreseen 
in Louise Hellier. 



E. B. Ogden is announcing baseball 
»anies, when she's not managing the 
Little Tiggers. 



Jackie Kay overlipped Leo, as Janie 
Kenah substituted for Ralph Kiner. 



Mary Marton, noted mountain climber, 
while on her way down from the top of 
the White Tower back to civilization, was 
knocked down by the simple German 
peasant skiers, Anne Bergh and Helen 
Tasche. 



FOREIGN NEWS 

Paris, France — Marty Ball, because 
of her remarkable pronunciation, has 
been appointed Chief Interpreter to Gen- 
era! Charles de Gaulle. 



Moscow — Lee Booth is petitioning 
the Russian Government for a Pocket 
size edition of "Pravda." 



\\ vsiiington — Dodie Hildreth, con- 
gress-woman, w r as seen chatting inti- 
mately with John L. Lewis. 



Lish Cooper, Presbyterian Missionary, 
had tea at Gene Sling's Shanghai Opium 
Room, where they were entertained bj T 
Gypsy Rose Hammond. 



SOCIETY 

Reno — Bis Parsons reporting: Julie 
Schauffler was last seen in some of the 
better night spots with some unidentified 
men, by Charlotte Stone, the face on the 
bar-room floor. 



Chica Tavares, rum heiress, spends 
much time at Grace Mable's Masserage. 



Tootie Sinclaire was a convincing Lady 
Godiva in the annual Corning Pageant. 



Bouncer Richmond had to remove M, 
A. Rich from the E. M. Parker House. 



Staying at Ann Sarolea's Scintillating 
Sing Sing is that noted author of "The 
Cow and I," M.O.O. Russell. 



At the wedding reception of Pat 
Barnard, the Abstainer was Nancy Nalle. 






BIRTHS 

Dr. Deborah Voss, Ph.D., M.D. etc., 
noted surgeon, today delivered the trip- 
lets, Dougie and Dickie. Mrs. Lordie 
withheld the name of the third. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 

Sides Splitters, guaranteed to squeeze. 



No better DoNuts than Sugar DoNuts. 



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Page 2 



ABBOT ALUMNAE NEWS 



THEATER NEWS 

Bev Adkins and Salley Macartney arc 
starring in "Muessel Faces Life," written 
by the distinguished playwright, Fair- 
field, whose "The Importance of Being 
Frank" was banned in Boston by the 
world-famous critic, Sue Davis. 



Estelle DuBois is Lassie's understudy 
in "One Meat Ball," or "Throw the 
Bones to Henry Jones." 



OPERA NEWS 

Sally Hughes and Carol Jenkins are 
nightingales for the Salvation Army. 



RADIO NEWS 

Marty Barber and M. K. Lackey can 
now be heard on Station OL T QT, replacing 
Chiquita Banana, under the sponsorship 
of Tina Koines. 



Sally Lunt, starring as Lord Henry in 
"Our Gal Sunday" immediately follows 
this program. 



Toddy Cookman has just replaced L. S. 
Speed Rigs on "Your Hit Parade" star- 
ring Ruth Kinney. 



Will Jane take Jim or George? Write 
in ten words or less your opinion. Neat- 
ness and sincerity and lack of thought 
will be judged. 



Mo Jones, famed foreign correspondent, 
today reported that "conditions in Bul- 
garia still existed." 



Ann Robinson, spy for the Yale "Rec- 
ord," tripped over the feather duster of 
biddie Elliot at Dunster House. 



Marcy Grimshaw 
knee and fractured. 



fell off her boss's 



OBITUARY 

Carrie England was found, mangled, in 
front of her open closet door, today. She 
was delcared dead by Doctor Ellen Dig- 



nan. 



Jo MacManus. well known chemist, 
reacted violently with fluorine, and went 
up in smoke. 



Nancy Carroll was drowned in Brum- 
back's Steam Bath. 



Bunny Zuckerman plunged to her 
death from an open basement window. 
Nurse Shidze could not decide if it was 
murder or suicide. 



Madame Abbot dropped dead when 
she heard that the Trustees at Abbot an- 
nounced that the school would reopen as 
a coeducational institution. 



ADYERTISEMENTS 
Mary Farrar's Advertising Agency. 



Muffy Wallis, noted Olympic Skater, 
attributes her slim figure to Kay Seidell's 
Success Course. 



Judy Erdmann has created a new fan 
dance which is the rage of the four main 
Congo Tribes, Bingo, Bango, Bungo and 
the Dignans. 



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[4* 



Fitla c)(Mi "~Vo t)ouj- 







I was glad to see Abbot was 
buzzing with extracurricular activ- 
ities and team spirit when I re- 
turned. I was especially proud of 
the Student Government and the 
job they did this year and of our 
new, but very active, chapter of 
Student Federalists. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT FILL COUNCIL 

Back Row: Maddux, Erdmann, Jeffers, Young, Bleeker, A. Russell, Ecdes, M. Kimberly, Emmons 
Front Row: Ball, Kenah, Hughes, Cooper, Dubois, Barber, T. Russell 
Absent: Merri wether, Lackey 



Student Government 




STUDENT GOVERNMENT EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 
Back Row: Barber, Kenah, Ball 
Front Row: T. Russell, Hughes, Cooper, DuBois 

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The Student Government is the 
group of girls, headed this year 
by "Lish" Cooper, who take 
part in the administration of the 
school. They represent the stu- 
dent body where the Rating 
System, election of student offi- 
cers, and maintenance of Abbot 
standards are concerned. The 
underlying aim of the Student 
Government in addition to main- 
taining discipline and school 
spirit, is to develop in the stu- 
dents a sense of responsibility 
for those about them. This vear 
our particular aim has been to 
strengthen the Rating System, 
and to let a larger number of 
students participate in the school 
government. 



This year A.C.A. with the 

help of W.S.S.F. has continued 
to work, both in Andover and in 
places far away, to aid some of 
the relief organizations, and at 
Abbot to try to keep the whole 
school aware of the hunger and 
nakedness which it might help 
to alleviate. We have been kept 
busy from the beginning of the 
year, right up to the party given 
at Christmas for the underpriv- 
ileged children of Andover. 
CARE packages have been going- 
out right along, and the Christ- 
mas dolls for Hindman left on 
time. \Ye hope, by these small 
but varied services, to do some- 
thing to ameliorate the suffering 
so rampant in the world. 




A.C.A. OFFICERS 
^'o.ss, Treasurer: Frank, Secretary; Ball, President; Young, 
Vice-President 



Abbot 
Christian Association 




A.C.A. COUNCIL 
Second Row: Wood, Gluey, Red field, Bteeker, Young, M. Davis 
First Row: N. Gray, M. Kimberly, Voss, Ball, Frank, Parker, M. Xesbit 

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OW 15 THE 

TIME! 



COURANT 




COURAXT STAFF 

Back Row: Sarolea, Young 

Front Row: Hellier, Booth, F. Johnson, Jones, Editor; Hornby, Taoares, Zuckerman 



Courant 




Nineteen Hundred and Forty- 
Eight marks the seventy -fifth vear 
in which ambitions Abbotites have 
published Courant. our literary 
magazine. Though snicker we 
might at the 1873 founder's dreams 
of "a paper magnificent in dimen- 
sions, boundless in information, 
brilliant in wit, and covering their 
names with glory." we proudly 
praise this traditional publication 
which has served so well through- 
out the vears. 



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At first it did not seem possible 
that we could ever get the dummy 
set up, but soon the Circle began 
to take shape. . .meetings were 
held with Mr. Cole and Mrs. 
Reeves. Typical phrases heard 
were: "Are all the sayings done?" 
"Let's be different, let's not have 
write-ups!" ''Deadline, Monday, 
Murder Line Tuesday." And so, 
after many battles, the goal was 
finally attained, and here is the 
result ! 



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Yearbook 




YEARBOOK STAFF 

Farrar, P. Barnard, Assistant Business Manager; Voss, Art Editor; Kay, B. Diynan, Wallis, Marfan, Editor; 

DuBois, Ogden 
Absent: Elliot, Business Manager 

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World Unity 
Service Groups 



FORUM 

Back Row: .4. Russell, hunt, Lindnmood, Titcomb, 

Carroll, M. Da* is, J ones, F. Johnson 
Second Row: Carter, Sugar, Baches, Hildreih, 

Gamble, Hammond, Bisgood, Farrar 
Front Row: Stone. Maddux, Richmond, G. Dai is, 

Bozyan, Asirratham, Behre 
Absent: Booth 



This year. Abbot has again un- 
dertaken service to the world, 
under the new name of World 
Unity Service Groups - - with the 
realization that the struggle for 
peace has just begun, and that we 
must play our small but necessary 
part in a changing world — work- 
ing to maintain peace. 

The Art and Orchestra Groups 
were organized to make money, 
the proceeds of which have gone to 



charity organizations. The Art 
Group's work was used for the 
annual Abbot Bazaar. 

The Knitting and Sewing Groups 
made much-needed clothing for 
people in devastated countries 
abroad, which these people would 
not have had otherwise. 

The Forum and Student Feder- 
alists met to discuss the important 
problems and current events of 
the world. 



WEDNESDAY NIGHT SERVICE GROUPS 

Back Row: Paradise, Merriuether, Warner, Holt 
Second Row: Grimshair, Herrera, Bergh, ./. Webster 
Front Row: Bowman, M. Kimberly 




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Fidelio 




Accompanist: M vessel 
President: Hildreth 
Librarian: Voss 



Choir 




Back Row: Appell, Hughes, M vessel, Jenkins, Titcomb, Kirl;. 

Olney 
Front Row: Lattin, Goodspeed, DeLong, Kay, Hall, Kinney 
Absent: Lackey, ./. West, Bngardvs 

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OUTWARD BOUND 
Back Row: Quigg, Pendleton, Jenkins, Bisgood 
Front Row: Kay, Cookman, Macartney, Adkins, Tasche 



The Abbot Dramatic Society 
this year has felt the loss of our 
director, Mrs. Gray, who for thirty 
years had given herself unstintingly 
to the dramatic and cultural life 
of Abbot. Miss Hearsey expressed 
our feelings with regard to our 
sudden loss when she spoke of Mrs. 



Gray in Chapel after the news of 
her death came to us. She told of 
her long service to Abbot, of her 
coming to the faculty in 1917, and 
of her constant devotion and en- 
thusiasm for her work here. 

Mrs. Gray started A.D.S. soon 
after she came, and had directed 



A. D. S. 



ADS. BACKSTAGE 

Hack Row: Kay, Tasche, Macartney, Bisgood, -I en- 
kins, Cook w a ii 
Front Row: Pendleton, Adkins, Quigg 




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Principals — "I Hare 
Fire Daughters" 




its yearly plays ever since. She 
undertook each new play with 
complete absorption and a tireless 
determination to make it the best 
she had yet put on. Her chief con- 
tribution, however, came not in 
these dramatic productions as a 
whole but in the help and inspira- 
tion she gave individual girls. 
This year's play, "Outward 



Bound", was one which Mrs. Gray 
long wanted to see presented by 
her societv. It had been cast at 
the time of her death and was later 
given as a reading. A.D.S. owes 
much to its president, Salley Ma- 
cartney, who took charge of it. 
The reading was something Mrs. 
Gray would have been proud to 
hear. 





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A.A.A. COUNCIL 

Back Row: Jackson, Kay, Schauffler 

Front Row: Zuckerman, Barber, President; Ogden, Erdmann 

Absent: Lackey, Rich 

Abbot Athletic Association 




A.A.A. OFFICERS 

Jackson, Secretary; Barber, President; Schauffler, 
Treasurer; Erdmann, Vice-President 

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Hockey 

Basketball 

Tennis 



TEAM CAPTAINS 

Lackey, Griffin 
Kay, Gargoyle 

Head of Major Sports 

Mary Rich 

Mary Blair Zuekerman 

Elizabeth Ogden 

Head of Minor Sports 
Grace Delong 




SONG LEADERS 
Back Row: MacManus, School Song Leader 
Front Row: Green uald. Gargoyle Song Leader; 
England, Griffin Song Leader 



"A" SOCIETY 
Hack Row: Erdmann, P. Barnard, Rich 
Third Row: DeLong, Koines, M. ('. Sinclaire, 

Sarolea, Robinson, Jackson 
Second Row: W cilia, Zuekerman, Lunt, President; 

Kay, T. Russell 
Front Row: Dake, Morton, Elliot, Booth 
Absent: Lackey, Cookman, Ogden 







Griffin Sports 



TENNIS 
Lackey, Farrar, Ogden, Herrera, Parks 



BASKETBALL 

Back Row: Dake, Koines, Barber, England 
Front Row: Moss, Schauffler, Jackson, Andrews 



HOCKEY 
Back Row: J. West, Goodspeed, Cooper, Sarolea, 

Hughes, DeLong 
Front Row: Warner, Marlon, T. Russell, M. M. 

Wheeler, J. Russell 




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Gargoyle Sports 



TENNIS 

Back Row: Robinson, Carroll, Erdmann 
Front Row: Bozyan, Richmond 



BASKETBALL 

Back Row: Emmert, Pendleton, Bogardns, Znckerman 
Front Row: Redfield, Lunt, S.' Davis, Greenirald 



HOCKEY 

Back Row: Hamby, Kay, Darti, M. Dai is; Stone, 

Rich, Hildreth 
Front Row: if. C. Sinclaire, Tarares, Wall is, Holt, 

Bleecker 



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56" 



Class Will 



We, the Senior Class of nineteen hundred and forty-eight, having sought 
mind and found bodv, do hereby sit down and distribute all our mirthlv 
possessions. 

To Rabbit Academy's long ears, who nose well all our foe' paws we leave 
behind these rare bits: 

To Miss Hearsey we leave the margins of our source themes to set down 
for posterity her priceless anecdotes. 

To Mademoiselle Arosa's niece we leave Momo's nephews. 

To the ever earnest Miss Tucker we leave Lish Cooper's book, "How 
to Escape from a Burning Building." 

To Miss Coffin we leave our weary bones. 

To Miss McKee we leave our shower sandals for Mount Etna's steaming 
slopes. 

To Miss Sweeney we leave a permit to visit Spamlet in the can. 

To our Hares: 

Mary Muessel's men to Pam. 

We leave "The Page" to Shirley Squire. 

Grace DeLong's conscientiousness to Ann Hassett. 

Frankie leaves her shoes to Penny Pendleton. 

Carrie England's closet to anyone who wants it. 

Nemo leaves her baseball dates to Miss Roth. 

We leave the Old Wing to P.A. 

Jackie leaves her candid convictions to the meek and modest. 

Julie leaves her beautiful voice to Lynn Olney. 

Dougie leaves her diamond (?) engagement ring to Barbara Hamby. 

Bunny leaves her Z to Gloria Yoffa. 

Debbie Voss leaves her new look to the conservative. 

Janie leaves her morals to Joan Webster. 

Lou Hellier leaves her athletic prowess to Jo West. 

Tina leaves her food to Sally Gibbs. 

Muffy leaves her wisps of whimsey to the solemn and sober. 

We leave our Abbot sacks to the flour mills. 

Mary Marton leaves her Yearbook problems to any brave soul who will 
attempt to solve them. 

To all future Seniors we leave behind our lights, leaves, and longer 
assignments. 

And to Abbot we leave ! 

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The firms repre s en te d in the fol- 
lowing pages hare contributed gen- 
erously to the success of this book, 
and irell deserve your patronage. 

Pare tits and other friends who 
hare given us their interest and sup- 
port by taking space in our advertis- 
ing section hare made it possible for 

to have the kind of book we had 
dreamed of as the record of our years 
at Abbot Academy. To both groups 
who have helped us we extend our 
warmest appreciation and thanks. 

The Editors 



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1948 



150th ^Anniversary 



As early as 1798 Messrs. Ames and Parker had set up a 
printing press in Andover. Enlarged during the early years of 
the nineteenth century through the enterprise of Dr. Eliphalet 
Pearson, the first principal of Phillips Academy, Andover, 
which had been established 20 years earlier, the press became 
widely known throughout the United States and many foreign 
countries through the publications printed for Harvard Univer- 
sity and the Andover Theological Seminary. 

The present Andover Press, building on noble traditions, is 
today perhaps the best-known school and college print shop in- 
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In its one hundred and fiftieth year, the Andover Press, Ltd., 

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the 1948 ABBOT CIRCLE. 

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Compliments of 

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from 
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